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VoIP comes to call: Overcoming aging PBX infrastructure

Business today moves at a rapid pace—but oddly enough, voice communication technology lags behind. Many businesses are still relying on aging TDM PBX systems to deliver voice communication to employees. But continuing to invest in aging voice equipment will cost you—systems outages to lost calls affect employee productivity and your customer’s ability to contact you.

Discover how to improve employee productivity and enhance customer experience—within IT’s budget—by implementing more agile VoIP. Choose the right combo of VoIP for your business—whether hosted or SIP trunk—and examine its multitudinous business benefits.

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